Mesa is building four new fire stations with proceeds from a $169 million general obligation bond package approved by voters in November 2008.

The bond program originally called for three new stations, but officials said bids for the facilities came in at 60% of the expected price due to increased competition by construction companies and lower costs for materials. The lower prices allowed the city to add a fourth fire station to the bond program.

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